Saturday, November 28, 2009

Sankat Naashana Ganapati Stotra


Shri Narada Uvacha:

Pranamya Sirasa devam  Gauri Puthram Vinayakam
Bhaktavasam Smarennithyam  Ayuh Kamartha Siddaye !

Prathamam Vakrathundam cha Ekadantham Dvithiyakam
Thrithiyam Krishna Pingaaksham Gajavakthram Chathurthakam!!

Lambodaram Panchamam cha Shashtam Vikatameva cha
Saptamam Vighna Rajam cha Dhoomravarnam thathashtakam!

Navamam Phala Chandram cha Dasamam thu Vinayakam
Ekadasam Ganapathim Dwadasam thu Gajananam !!

Dwadasaithani Namaani Thri Sandhyam Yah Pathennarah
Na cha Vighna Bhayam thasya Sarva Siddhi karim Prabho!

Vidyarthi Labhate Vidyam
Dhanarthi Labhate Dhanam
Puthrarthi Labhate Putraam
Mokshaarthi Labhate Gatim

Japeth Ganapthi Stotram Shadbhirmaasai Phalam Labheth,
Samvatsarena Siddhim cha Labhate Naathra Samsayaha !

Ashtabhyo Brahmanebhyash cha Likhitwa yah Samarpayeth
Thasya Vidya bhavetsarva Ganeshasya Prasadathaha !!

Iti shri Narada purane sankastanashana Ganesh stotram sampoornam.


:Meaning:


Sri Narada says:

With head bowed, let me unceasingly worship in my mind the god Vinayaka, the son of Gauri,
The refuge of his devotees, for the complete attainment of longevity, amorous desires and wealth.

Firstly, as the one with the twisted trunk. Secondly, as the one with the single tusk.
Thirdly, as the one with the fawn colored eyes. Fourthly, as the one with the elephants mouth.

Fifthly, as the pot-bellied one, Sixthly, as the monstrous one,
Seventhly, as the king of obstacles, Eighthly, as the smoke colored one

Ninethly, as the moon crested one, Tenthly, as the remover of hindrances,
Eleventhly, as the Lord of the hordes, Twelfthly, as the one with the elephants face.

Whosoever repeats these twelve names at dawn, noon and sunset,
for him there is no fear of failure, nay, there is constant good fortune.

He who desires knowledge obtains knowledge.
He who desires wealth obtains wealth.
He who desires sons gets sons.
He who desires salvation obtains the way.

Whosoever mutters the hymn to Ganapati reaches his aim in six months,
and in a year reaches perfection, on this point there is no doubt.

Whosoever makes eight copies of it, and has them distributed to as many brahmans,
he reaches knowledge instantaneously, by the grace of Ganesh.

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